Camp Hall records a string of successes in 2021-22
Over the past 12 months, Camp Hall has been moving dirt, selling land and receiving accolades. It’s an exciting time for the next-generation commerce park, with employee amenities completed or in the works and land being cleared and prepared so buildings can go vertical.
In July 2021, Camp Hall was named the nation’s No. 7 industrial park for the second year in a row — and the only ranked industrial park in the Southeast — in Business Facilities magazine’s 17th annual Rankings Report. The noteworthy accomplishments and successes for the park, which is located just a short drive from thriving Charleston, South Carolina, don’t end there — Camp Hall is making quite a name for itself in the U.S. [NAA1] business community.
Consider these additional significant wins that Camp Hall has chalked up over the past year:
- Camp Hall finalized an agreement with Palmetto Railways to construct a 22.7-mile rail line that will connect Camp Hall to a private carrier’s transfer station in Cross, SC.
- Camp Hall earned the Palmetto Sites designation from the South Carolina Department of Commerce.
- Development work began on Camp Hall’s Avian Commons, which will house a unique collection of small businesses and conveniences designed to help balance work in the commerce park with the necessities of daily life. Avian Pavilion is currently under construction, fitness equipment is installed, and construction of a soccer field, sand volleyball courts and basketball courts is complete.
- Camp Hall contracted with Lee & Associates to lead the sale of retail parcels at Avian Commons.
- The commerce park ushered in a total of $200 million in investment that is currently underway on the campus.
- Camp Hall saw Volvo build and open a dedicated Training Center on its acreage at the commerce park.
- Camp Hall sold 67 acres in Campus 5 to RealtyLink, a Greenville, South Carolina-based real estate development firm focused on overseeing industrial, entertainment, residential and retail projects.
- Camp Hall sold 10+ acres in Campus 1 to Magnus Development Partners, a Columbia, South Carolina-based company that is a top provider of industrial real estate solutions across the Southeast.
- Camp Hall sold 110 acres in Campus 4 to Portman Industrial, a newly formed division of Atlanta-based Portman Holdings that is focused on the development of logistics real estate in strategic markets throughout the U.S.
- Demonstrating the commerce park’s strong environmental focus, Camp Hall continued its ongoing efforts to restore approximately 365 acres of wetlands impacted by years of intensive tree farming on the property. Also of note, 28% of the entire Camp Hall site will be preserved land devoted to natural growth, wildlife habitats, and features developed to maintain and improve a healthy ecosystem.
To see all the benefits that next-generation commerce park Camp Hall can provide to support your business’s needs, visit the Camp Hall website. To learn more about campus availability for your business plans, view Camp Hall’s available sites. And if you have any questions at all about the master-planned commerce park, don’t hesitate to contact Camp Hall today.